It can cost a lot of money to remain a medical cannabis patient

I was really excited when I heard that my state was going to vote on medical marijuana 7 years ago.

My pal and I had gone through several election cycles where my associate and I could not get the issue put on the ballot. When my associate and I finally got medical marijuana on the ballot, it didn’t pass the first time around. I live in a state where you have to get over 60% of the vote to pass a constitutional amendment. It’s a smart plan because you do not want a easy majority to change the state’s constitution, or my associate and I would have changes in our state’s Constitution every single election cycle. Therefore the state gave the threshold of 60%, which meant that my associate and I had to get at least 60% of the vote to pass medical marijuana in the state constitution. The first time my associate and I almost hit 60, as well as the second time my associate and I got over 70% of the vote. However at the time, I wasn’t expecting all of these expenses. As a medical cannabis patient I have to pay the state department of health $69 once a year just to renew my medical marijuana card. Then I have to see a medical marijuana physician twice a year for my medical marijuana recommendation. The medical marijuana recommendation is essentially like a physician’s prescription for a drug. But since these are not normal drugs, they’re not considered prescriptions. Between all the expenses being a medical patient, I have to spend between $300 as well as $400 a year. The only saving grace as a medical cannabis patient is the fact that medical marijuana products have dropped in price of the last 2 years. It’s a lot cheaper to buy cannabis flower products these days as well as it was when I first became a medical marijuana patient.

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